I've already ranted about this...a lot, so feel free to completely ignore if I'm just banging on. I'm not asking for medical advice, it's not urgent and all the drs know about it plus the nurse I saw this morning for allergy test (as I was feeling dizzy then - not related to test).
Basically: dizziness, feeling like blood not reaching head. Worse after exercise usually and it started after being forced to walk on treadmill for all of 3 mins. Has ok periods when it's just occasional and on standing but then has periods when for days/week or 2 it's really annoying.
They're looking into it, but wondered if it's something that often goes with asthma, even though it doesn't seem to really go with when breathing is bad. Thought it was BP being naughty as it's usually low and kind of feels like blood not quite getting there, but today nurse took sitting/standing BP and it was about 125/70-something and completely normal response - wtf?
Get it with caffeine, too much Ventolin, but heart tests all ok. Can't be meds, I got it well before I was on anything.
As I said, not after advice, just curious really to see if I've developed something else weird or if others have similar - seems a bit of a coincidence that it would be totally unrelated and that was why GP left it to chest clinic. It's rather annoying but is taking second place, understandably, behind the asthma.